New York City's museums and galleries—and, often, its public spaces—are home to some of the most creative, inspiring art in the world. Below, find details on the top exhibitions in town as well as what's coming soon.
A dreamy, surreal amalgam of Expressionist and Symbolist tropes characterizes the art of this German artist who works in multiple mediums, including...
The Cremaster meister's latest show is actually a look back the early ’90s work that put him on the art-world map. Among the offerings is a bench-press...
first US museum exhibit dedicated to her work
Celebration of Latin American artists in the Bronx.
the artist's first solo museum show
explores the German artist's fascination with the sea
Two photographers’ depictions of Staten Island nearly 100 years apart.
women as the embodiment of fin-de-siècle Vienna.
Photographs of New York State Pavilion at World’s Fair and today.
sneak peak at masterpieces within museum archives
A monthly series of events highlighting the special connection between NYC and Italy.
A collection of works by 13 artists inspired by 9/11.
British artist Mark Leckey has a new show at MoMA.
A new exhibit on cinema and art at the Whitney.
This exhibition challenges the image of the female body as it is portrayed in popular American culture.
This interactive exhibit explores the Stones' extraordinary career.
Isaac Mizrahi narrates this performing-arts series.
marking the 80th anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
The Salon de la Rose+Croix in Paris, 1892–1897